OCR Interpretation


The Morning sun. (Tallahassee, Fla.) 1907-19??, April 18, 1907, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Florida

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn95047371/1907-04-18/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

n t J o
to Ii TTHEMO TTHEMOF rf E I II I IIi = to toto SUN S > t tBURSDAY >
F
4 = 1 TALLAHASSEE TALLABA 8D PL FLO 4 BURSDAY 8 AY APBII 18 MOT 1IG77 = = ° ° h
ill i r r
SHEATS I STRONG PLEA PLEAFOR PLEAFOR
FOR FORSTATE IFORSTATE STATE UNIFORNITY UNIFORNITYi QTY
i
JfORMSR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INOFMOV INOFMOVTION IN o oION
r
TION DXOLARB8 D aT UB THAT lUall TMAOMMRS U AND SUPMR SUPMRI 6rP1I1J11JfNDNlB HUPUThTINDJNTS
I BfTMNDBNTB ARM OATSPAWB Or OPAH111O4J AXMRIOAN AXMRIOANBOOK JCMaut
t BOOK COMPANY COMPANYTHE aOMP COMPANYTHE ay
t tI
I THE RESOLUTION 1H TSAT l DDOT DID7JfTNt PAS
Rolve4t Tk TNt t tke tiuperinieidntt S uper i I In OUNC6P convention OOMMUcaI i0M pr prf a ah
h I f zI bl9df Wed are in favor of o f a t Umfonnlfyttem uMtor Caw orm tei of o f Tee Sol Solt Be BeMi4 Boot Bootv
t v T Mi4 ltoo books ° ° to o ie selected by a committee of five to i be kJ ee eeJsdHfl
JsdHfl J f by the County Superintendent 8vp Su riflt Convention end end4W M Mi sttctteacher
i > 4W teacher h holng State certificate oerliflo tea telwted sei el < < JH4 ed by tAlc tie1ler triev
v 3 < florida 1ler id t Educational AreociaUora A AIOC ociation Gtioft and tk tk State B t e 8 BWit 8fr1fi 8fr1fitenttent 8i
i Wit tlt Tke book 1100 to be e adopted adopt ed jpm < liis Jtf y fit t tke u uof tker + ar arof
r t oK of the preeent t contract OOfIJr now eaittinjf ea4rt y in the theetoMitfef theiuwtieeH
< 1 etoMitfef etoMitfefIt iuwtieeHr u uIt
r t y It was no unexpected unea thing u thin that Jhappeaed yesterdulat yesterdulatthe yf t ty
y the meeting of County Co School Su Superintenoenta tendente of Public PublicInstruction l nRticIarst c cIMtruction
Instruction Iarst action when the question of State dta t School Ic ool Book U UtI UtIftndty tJlliibrmity i irvrmily
rvrmily was precipitated and acted acta upon uponTHiE uponT i <
ii T THiE BUN told in advance what the action acU of tie tieQounty UIeQoun fe feOoanty
Qounty Qoun J Superintendents would be THE TB E SUN U1i made a aforecast att atorecit
tt forecast that the tl > > e Superintendents would come to 1 > > Taila Tailahisseo T TllMee lat latI
< hisseo organiied to oppose opp < State Uniformity If thin thinaction tl thisacton s sj
j action had been different it would hare va been surprising surprisingBut 8U1prta > rc iMgBut
I f But it happened juet as THE SUN said it would happen happenBut h happenBut PIl PIlBut
But there were some surprises urpn at the convention be beoause het bek
k t oause it developed that there are some Superintendents Superintendentswho
who ko have independence of thought not stultified 107 7 the
tt interests of any book concern concernAmong concernJ concernAmong °
J Among the incidents of note was the appearance appearaDceet appearaDceetKr of stMr ofMr
Mr A I Branham the special representative o of tile tkeAmerican e ewt
1 wt American Book Company at tho meeting lU ting and his appli applieation applttioa appliration
ration tioa to be heard upon a personal matter There ap appeared apfIred appeared ¬
peared no reason why whfMr Mr Branham should appear before beforelis beforey
y lis l convention OOI1vent Ol1 It was per perhaps pI only a coincidence thatIii that thatkjff t at atte
kjff Iii note te of application to be heard was seed when under a aIjjgsl ai
i Ijjgsl t order 0 er the question of ftpfee Etitri is Uniformity UI tormity was wasJfeWMLPinkhamwho 1IUWBKPinkkIJllWho wasW
JfeWMLPinkhamwho WBKPinkkIJllWho W SM Pinkkaiwho had Jaaclmoft4thatthetf moved that the sentbujut aenttnalrstthe sentbujutefthe t ttie
efthe tie convention should be registered against any bill Wllhlg billpending billponding
pending hlg in the th Legislature or that might be introduced to toesfect toaIIet tosect
sect State Uniformity was the first to oppose 0 0of the t e grant grantMr t tof
of tile privi privilege that J BraD had arced ed Mr Mrof liis
s uirli uirli3b If IftD
3b tD aoeMnt t 6Mire tot to speak uPon qMitloR q mIMon of State StateUttifonnity lUtetJmform1q StateVttlformity
Uttifonnity which is the thaspecial special order said Mr Pink Pinkham Pinkham Pinkham
ham Chen I make the point of order that he has no right rightto rihtto
to recognition recognitionThis
I This stand which was firmly taken by Mr Pinkham Pinkhamand
and supported by others met instant opposition from the theother theother theother
other side I de of the haaaewbdch noose ha ewWch wMch stated that it desired no nogag 110N norule
gag ruje and would hear from Mr Ir Branham at all has hazards hasarda u urda ¬
rda It mattered not upon what be wanted to speak speakthey 1pe 1pethey speakthey
they were willing to hear from him himIn himIn himIn
In spite of the confusion which prevailed for some someminutes IOIDmiut someminutes
minutes it was discernible that the sentiment was in infavor Infalor infavor
favor of hearing what the representative of d the American AmericanBook AmericauBook AmericanBook
Book Oompany had to say 18 and ad when the vote was was finally finallydetermined b1JlL finallydstmined
L determined this way the suave representative of the theAmerican t thelarerican e ef
f American Book Company arose and stated that no oneeauld one onettmld OI1err
rr < ttmld be more sensible than he of the impropriety 1m of ofaddressing ofMmllllljnl ofaddressing
addressing the meeting upon a subject foreign to that thatunder thatCOD thatiurdic
under consideration COD deratioD so he A I Branham special rep representative repussentative reptative ¬
resentative tative of the American Book Company who had hadbeen hdf hadbeen
f been granted the privilege priv 8l of the floor in a meeting of ofCounty ofOouDty ofOounty
County Superintendents met to consider legislation wgN Jtiott for fortke forr Of Oft1M
r t7ir tke people 1f z of o f t e State M repreeentatioe pMd e o of f the P > plt pltuucHnml i ir Ie Ierf
r rf uucHnml i jined to be heard upon hi his personal matter until unit after afterUMI alterefe after1y1
UMI efe eonsideration of the question at issue issueAs Wlueu issueAs
As the appearance of Mr Branham before the muetlng muetlngof
71 of County Superintendents is of the prlmest importance importanceinasmuch importJLceueh
f inasmuch such as there was no excuse CUM for his presence PIIUUIfJda there therethis theseh
h this matter will be treated fleetThe first firstThe t tt
The personal matter UDOU A oa which Mr Branham had to torelieve tohiJuelt torefuse
t relieve himself was the attack which wJ eh THE BUN BUNIr has been beenmajdn beesa
majdn upon the American Book Company and its itsmethods it itr itsFiMt
Ir a
r FiMt l methods
t He read a paragraph from ai an If issue of THE Tn HUM wmcb wmcbstated whlcbtJaat wnicast
st stated ed that the American AJDerIeaa Book Company sold boob in inGeorgia taJ in0oeda
Georgia J at a > price > riel thirty per cent cheaper per than the books hooksuid bookssoU 1aoMIlilt
lilt In Florida B Her declared that the paragraph paNlNpkeI was asl a aHhel
Hhel eI of the American Book Company and thatat tJlat at thetime the theproper tMproper
proper time he a would prove pro it in the courts eourtar courtsBfe eoartEll
r Ell it stated that he acquitted Mr J LEngle the editor td odand of ofTHB ofBE
THB BUN and THE gUN of any libel of the AarrleatHoop 4vwl 4vwl00mIJD1 AmriflM AmriflMBook
Book Oomfsuty but that agents ta of the Book Combine Combinewere 00abbWrelpoHible Combineware
were responsible for the statement that he had 1aa4would ismsand isms nsmxand
and would produce them ae at the propr plO time timeMr timeMr timeYr
Mr Branham stated that if the State of Florida desired desiredto aNd aNdto
7 to have the books that were furnished at reduced red prices pricesiajQeorfia prIMIIa
6 1 iajQeorfia Ia that the American Book Company would w fur furlien futM8a farY1al
lien them tomorrow at the Georgia prio prices He e said that thatit
it t hud been an effort e < < ort of the American Book Company to tohsep toIlIaD tothe
IlIaD the inferior books fumised ID ti die Bra State tatf of Qeorgia QeorgiaSB oorpaJrpoaDCI
SB the background bat if I jPtorida orlda wanted 1r ted them the they tM could couldb eM eMIt couldbeIt
< beIt It Is II Impossible to state w a + kt t erect tM lu aage oft of oftile
tile t Ifltatlft Cadre of the I 4MBMVVMB 4MBMVVMBit Aawieu AawieuJtGt 1 7s Desk ha haapon
apon iNrpsy Hut it nUjht nUjhtof 118 118L MV < B MBPW P P B bower nr r rBUN
L eould ahsoJve ft the editor r of TIm THXMV T BUN am and TEX THEra lIB SUV SUVfret IUJft
b ft fret ra publishing a libel of the American Book Company Companyand oPUltMD C ompsnyand
and then seek r o resources against hi hisbnei hisbneiMr hMI b business Ii rivalsMr rivals rivalsof rt rt1Ir
Mr Branham BNDIt stated that he h had the n nOafttfMM name of the thet M MOisMNeter V <
OafttfMM t on Pq L d
TO SETTLE SETTLRt I L FUND FUNDDISCHAME FUNDDISCH
DISCHAME DISCH E TRUSTEES TRUSTEESFARMIff TRUSTEFA ES
FARMIff F FA R1IlB BILL PSOWfS PlIO S FOR TERMINATION TERMINATIONOF TJPM MATION MATIONOF
OF TRUST AND ANDWffJSN LITION OlWWBJ OlWWBJWJlJlN Oi RUriIHR RUriIHRWE
WffJSN WE 7N FINAL FIN L Dl DISUNION TON OF AaomTIS 1ISlII 18 18MADS 1 1tath IBYAD1
MADS YAD1Representative
ll lL
Representative tath Farris of 9taral 1 introduced introcbt a bill I Il1Ia in the
House yesterday tWa1 hav having KYll1g ravtug ¬
tug rot its itsthe purpose purposethe
the Ul settlement > > of 01internal tin tininternal tINllllCrua11JUlw1
internal llllCrua11JUlw1 llllCrua11JUlw1l improvement improvementi t
i < uuu ana awcaargeol awcaargeolme a sckargs sckargsuLC sir
me l1WI l1WIc trustees trusteesJL
JL oiiowmg in > N tke tkeim tk tkI e
im tl at L ot fife t DiU DiUH > lU lUv
v H kereas rue 1 paruuuullt par paramount pttrmuu
amount muu uu t interest and andcnare aluJ1UUe am amI1 d
I1 cnare ot U ute people peopleoi peopleolluc p oj ojsit e
oi olluc tae state oi oiUinitlUUS b JUrl forsurmamu da a aUlwauWl
UinitlUUS the theaiu 1I1U 1I1Uale iuui a L1 L1ate
ale UOJu uujuaicauou uujuaicauouluciueut < UtaU4m aad aadlLtClUtut an anllftWeut d
> luciueut 01 tAe oues ouesUUUH I IlLUUtt qU qUGuile es >
UUUH involving toe vaHUll v vfufuy va vaauuj ar
auuj HUll of Ute jjeguua jjeguuaim uwt uwtl1l muaut
im lanu UW grants to tolaiiroaun tul t tranuauy u
laiiroaun l < ana cans CUIUlOlllp8n canstOmpanies eanatcompanies t tto
companies 01 the t gtate gtateui L Lul tate to
ui jbiorida t aim auueluiuur Ue UeuaiiiM W4tJ
uaiiiM tJ UWI of We theof tu trustee trusteeof JruateeIIot h
of the Internal lit teruJ lip
REPRESENTATIVE wt wtthe t tthe a
FAR8 FAR8the FA14 S priioov
the lands so granted or attemptedto tteIIpPted to be gxanledbytne gxanledbytnejuegisiature granted bl tile thiiAeg4lature
juegisiature and andvvnereas udJunu andMvlaereu
vvnereas The Thegation m = of said I8 d fund and 1ld the lit liflare litlpt101l litgatlon ¬
gation in which the thelecting ara4 ees I are now involved af afrt at1ectwc oflecting
lecting said Il d fund is ism m rt of great expense to tue tueusu
fund and d has resulted in intneretore ci Firm w upon tue theiru Trustees Trusteesof r rtberet es estheretore
tneretore tneretoreHe tberet ore oreJ1
J1 He 6 u Junaoted by 6 tIN tkeSection tINUQn a of the titate of JtorioV JtorioVthe
Section UQn L L mat it itGfeueral itUenera1 the duty of the Attorney Attorneyi
General of this State Wtatepaaae aa aapassage i as practicable pract cairie after the thepassage
passage of this act to fitoj tie tieOurt 1 1uourt 11 in equity in the i Circuit CircuitState reuit reuitcourt
court ot Leon County otfitoj in inbehalf 1DbebaU State in the names and in inI
behalf of the t e Trusts ot utOr I internal ermal JM improvement improvementfund prove ft 111Wd 111Wdor
Or fund and ahaa make bi railroad corporations corporationsand M MItAd
and canal companies to whom jHists u of land from suck sucklund lucalund suchlund
lund have heretofore been luaoe ° r tile Legislature ofrlorida of ofJbloriiki u ublodd8
Jbloriiki or their t eir assigns parties ptllt flfwitmnt to MUCh bill billaucl biUauld billand
auld by such but shall see tIle advice direction and decihee de deciiee d0c
ciiee c oi the court a u to the validity of all and every such suchgrants IUCJcrautB suchgrants
grants of laud to said railroad eofpowtions and canal canalcompanies C8JUl1COl11lJ1U canalcompanies
companies COl11lJ1U 81 and the trusts t tI if any to which such grants grantswere InwUlwere grantswere
were made subject and as to wnicfe of said laud grant grantrailroad grantrailroad raut rautrailroad
railroad companies and a1l canal gftfrftf if any are en entitled eatitled entitled ¬
titled to priority in the divtributMNi of the lauds and andproperties IWdpropertJa andproperties
properties now remaining unsold and unconveyed acon veyecl in the hehalide theuands the14nda
halide of such Trustees and to tee oa oaak k proceeds of lands landsheretofore laDdaeretofor landsheretofore
heretofore sold and conveyed that tasre were subject sub jest to any anysuch an aneJ1 anysuch
such eJ1 prior grant or grants grantsSec
Sec 2 That upon compliance compli by the said Il d Trustees Trusteeswith Truateelwith Trusteeswith
with the order of the court whisk aajr be made in said saidcause Il aidcause d dsa
cause sa tIae they shall be forever Uujcaatfsu d dire arJsu from the further furtheradministration rur rurlDl furtheradministration
administration lDl latrat1on of such trust trustSec truatBee trustsec
Sec 8 That all laws or parts pr of t t Jaws a in conflict conflictwith coa8Jetwith couflictwith
with the provisions pr ovWonna of this act sell as ereby eiv repealed and 4 4thiI
this act shall take effect inuned immedtatetj 1 upon its passage passageAULKNJBR psesegeAULINIPR PI PI4ULKNIIB
AULKNJBR WANTS ELECTION EL14C7IWIOA JRQJt PROHIBITION PROHIBITIONState
State prohibition of liquor got into the House yesterday yeaterdayw
when w ea Mr Faulkner of Taylor Inttd Introduced a bill to call callan callau callan
an election for such ch purpose He alto had another bill billrelating billreJatlq billrelating
relating to local option Thin sake three bills on the thesubject theIUbjeet thesuit
suit subject of liquor regulation that Mr sulkier 1 Mr has intro introWork ¬
duced ducedWork
Work on the I8 calendar was Illd Iihdterday iitduutffcNMly T carried on I yes
terday terda11a in the House and much p plugpsji wat ssade toward towardgetting towardpsitt
getting psitt w legislative l the ro work in shag ahatit tt Bake affective reeU dia diaDOSitioo dJaDOIit1oD dl
DOSitioo r
Inatt Inattention stioe D of oi t members be breuU 1 the I Lagialative ve Circuit Olreuft1Iow8ftt
however 1Iow8ftt r and so Del d this happened happe ed with w j nptt yesterday tercla when
House Ho BUI m No foe 128 was being culdlriL o ijjirijL 111 14 14NM
The Thet1 reading NM I clerk y thinking i to hasjteu nUL us usipWy the ti work read
the Mil t1 when w bea beag beaPa put Pa on its It passage y japidK ipWyti U possible po lble jble
1ss ris loaM was cona1stag con conpataiadnf CODi
pataiadnf a1stag itselfnpoa itselfnpoard Itself
= lrur upon uponfag
fag i xtf rd of the TSd TSdW ted tedof
=
c
W rty of listening
H Va 4 > pa purely irely local bill billMr bUli billYr
Mr i Willis of ofKef ofumoaaced ofannounod
umoaaced umoaacedlie
Kef he had not clearly Cle
clearly 1r
ieniuud toocI the billarced bill billM blled
M asked ed that it be beUs beI
Us again I a The HOUIIucUIaI1 Hour Houssat
dasdlbIy ucUIaI1 at Its ItaIi itsd Itsituoomiture
d ituoomiture and andhill u4WU andbill
hill wat u uwltIt raid raidwith read1th
Ii
with 1th nobody
Willis listen I
r r It
II IrtlilAi or OU 7firwe 11 Has N w ItMil Mil 1I I to t protect protectwater p
Off Offout 0 Offer w water ish la IaOou
wCoustywas Oou Coustywas CoustywaspMlpd ftI ftIJl1In
Jl1In but not until Mr Orlgp ul ulr u to toas1
as1 r ss II oh Pew Fml
I
SENATE CREATES CREATES MORECLiRKSHIP MORE MORECLERKSHIP
CLERKSHIP CLR SHIP SINECURES SINECURESTSRSJB
TH2 TSRSJB > nll YORE SOFT dOl JOBS TO BM HANDED XAND3DOOMPVLORY oaf oafaoJtluLIoRY OULi OULiUOMPULIORI
OOMPVLORY EDUCATION BILL STABjflR TO TDD1dTH TODMATM ftD
DMATM D MJlDEB DEBATE 1JJ OVER 1JQUJLI SQUALIZATION 1 < TION 0 0PIkhQNAL 09 09PMRSONAL 01P
PMRSONAL P lIUON AL PROPERTY P llrJP MltT ASHJiSSMMNT At
Three committee clerks were granted by the Peuaui SI SIterdll yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday terdll when hen the time of one would have been b bI enough enoughand
I and then some 10 ell ellAlthough e et +
t Although nay were ere sounded along the line on onlion tbt I IliOD s
lion of the resolution the negative the sound was net netciently > > t tcientJyloud =
ciently cientJyloud loud to cause a division divisionSenator dioviaioolttor divisionfatur
Senator lttor Hudson 11 perpetrated per > etrated the ancient joke of the theSenate
I Senate somewhat late however by r asking for a clerk cl < < k to tothe 10the tothe
the Committee on Commerce and Navigation and Indian IndianAffair lDc1faaAfta1N incikaAffairs
Affair One kill ill was iii referred to the hitter au committee last lastsession lMtlel
session lel ion while hUe Commerce and Navigation seems to hare harehad Ja Jahad
had a gooee egg eggSenator eaJlatur
Senator Jlatur Henderson who had already provided one ODeship clerk eiukship clerkship ¬
ship snap HIJHpto to the Committee on Railroads Bailroadd11l dug u up p pother an another
other one yesterday yeterdqclerk clerk to the Committee on Educa Education E4tpe E4tpetion ¬
tion which handled about thirty bills last session sessionSenator loa loaator
Senator ator Leggett asked for his and got it itclerk clerk to the theCommittees tMOOlumittHa theCommittees
Committees on Mining and Phosphate iLosp gate and on lleceiued lterairitldProceedings lleceiuedProceedings tltt tlttlroceed1np
Proceedings The former may have a bill referred referredthe to ife
the latter has but little doing dos f f
Thus far the Senate has fifteen teen committee clerks cler on ORlJarull tfct 4 + j jpayroll
payroll while b le the last Senate fared very well with wttAand tern ternand t 4
and a stenographer stenographerExpression teDucralbelExreuioll
Expression against drainage and lID reclamation of the theEverglades toMEvergladel
Everglades found veut in the Senate when Wh8Rleaaator Senator Beard BeardIntroduced Betrdintroduced IMrdintroduced
Introduced a bill to repeal Chapter 5377 Acts of 1MB 1MBwhich 1101which 1806which
which is better know as the Drainage law creating crea ac the theBoard
Board of Uraiu Drainage ge Commissioners etc etcMatters etcMattera etcMatters
Matters moved along serenely in the Senate yesterday yesterdayuntil tr a1 a1until
until the tI e bill providing lot compulsory education educationtakel1 was whittaken wastaken
taken up u when Senator Buckman Buokm who had been docile dottleup cIoeIJeup
up to that time pulled his hunting h1U1dq knife and 1111IItedthe slashed slaMedthe
the meanness to pieces
Senator B Buckman Buckmansaid BuctaaJdbe u c k na a n nsaid
said aJdbe be was opposed to tothe tothe tothe
the bill for many rea reasons rtItoIOU resrSOUL ¬
sons One was that conditiona con conditions ooadtt10Da ¬
ditions in the tMwere fttate fttatewere tia tiawere
were such that a at acertatn acertatnL cs csindtu
L t industrial indtu ialut injury JL JLother La Laother
other reason for his op opposition opposition p ppoaItioll ¬
position was that thatfundi mere merefunds morefunds
funds would be needed neededfor DcMdlor needodtor
for negro education educationIf
If the measure were werea
a wise lee one cost should shouldnot lh shouldnot uld
f not be questioned questionedsaiU quelt1o quelt1oI quesUonsal
sal saiU I the Senator but ifunwise if ifunwise 1lWJ8e
unwise WJ8e then it rlio should shouldbe w wbe d dbe
be defeated
What Clarke nator tor W West of tM thewhal
of o Jeffereon got gotkeaikedfor
whal > > he keaikedfor 8 fIIMJd for a OomJK OomJKOlerk OonMlMulouk Oors + rhttteeboutth anther U ot 1bI 1bIa1f 1iMci
Olerk ci The Th Senate It not 10 rude rudemoney bill defended It Itaertiq by eia eiarerting
aertiq that tbatWOQIJ ash ashUM
money UM wan spent on schools and Ad the attendance was w wba not notin arsein
in proportion to the cost He believed that coat coateducation compulsory compulsoryeducation coaaedUCJtiOI1
education was necessary D a17 that the full benefit of o I thtsa thtsaschool tbsi tbsischoblr a a1Cho
school 1Cho 1al could be attained attainedSenator atWMdew1tor attainedtieuator
Senator Beard however took another view of tiletar the ne neter m mter >
ter because he said such measure ure partakes of otol f Jtof sutdss sutdssof
of paternalism that is i not in accordance ceo with wltkor our oarof Dora Doraof
of government governmentThe t trIIe
The UoveruuMjut Joverll1 etut provides schools said saidBeard Sosatfir SosatfirBeard Ir IrBeud
Beard but it illibuuJd should not invade tavldetJM tavldetJMTINt the home homeThe IsmThe
The opposition up < HIi U prevailed the bill being defeated w1IMr yeT yeas T Tnsys15 11 11JUt J Jnays
nays JUt nsys15 nsys15Another 16 16Another 16ADothar
Another breeze bt l8 was created over 01 the bill te tevalid JW JWvalid rltrdht rltrdhtvalid
valid until un lil revoked teachers certil certificates sates This ThJlSenator 1JaIIYeaatur ThisSenwtor
Senator Beard was on the defensive but his hisproved J a aig Jvt Jvtproed t tproved
proved unavailing WUlvalliA and his 11 meu measure was w tossed ad about llIO It and andplucked 1Mplucked andp1iwMd
plucked to pieces pJ cea until it died by a vote of 0 81 yeas te 11 ITnays 11tar 11The
nays naysThe
The star performance of the mornings work wonwu wortwas though thoughwas y
was action on the bill of Senator Crews Ore relating ttaa to taxes taxeson taiIperIOnaJ tta ttay ttaow
on personal property and equalisation equall GG of issnssmsnt of ofsame 0 0bl ofram
same by Board of County Comrnl Commiisiooers CommiisiooersAfter Com Comfter loaers loaersAfter
After fter Senator Crews had aipUiead the tJaeapsJed lowers and andappealed n4 n4appealed
appealed for support lu VOrt of the bill bl r Senator tor Cone took tM duefloor tt ttfloor
floor against it urging that taxes tUIIwODl4 wonld be Inn Ureal used s4 em emreal Mral
real property of residents of Florida thereby tIIeNb u t mat matportion IIItportiOD Ittt Itttportion
portion of Florida property wu owned 0 by nun DO DO1t1w s swho i jOJltoiti jOJltoitiwho
who had no personal property here to area areaVlgorourly imessVigorous VtT VtTVJpruwdy
Vigorous did he contend against pl the bill billlIOaM on tkfe tkllgrosad tkfeground
ground but Senator lUtor Humphries quickly J demolish deIaol tom thfttline tMtliDe tomline
line of otllrluw argument lIl by saying 1111I It was ou one of the but MIll MIllut Mphthat WUfthat
that and ever Yerbeeu been Introduced and then proceeded pror prortell if iftell ittell
tell why 1 it was so soBosmtor 10tor sos0ator
Bosmtor tor Buckmsn contributed his share to the tUaloa disffjfr disffjfrsion d111a1sion
sion raying la that there lere was no reason 1t why b personal JIll JIllUuJd plapertl prtfsrty >
srty should UuJd not bear tat s slaw tus proportioo of tax tuI M MHe asprt
prt t7 I He declared decl tk that t it was A gooq 004 Wll bUIpili and anditor asdumator
pili
umator itor Hend Bndenoa rsou IB rapport wppo vt of o the bill eml j lilt tkftlfro liltI t tfire
fro I are could do better than one man in arriving it 1 1eoeealoD1 8tconclrrlon s sconclusion
conclusion of just J t YlI values p sad tsrd thaufus to hotter egal Vfl r
ties if personal 1 property woos juovt J u tee Wll WllA ift r I Ia
A la law luvfuo
fuo k Itutte aeespted I < < Wpted this view vi and the bill was warMMr wastut
till Muf ioiug fsss IM Mr President Senators 8ehatoraom SenatorsBuekuiuu UIiS
= z aom rr Buekuiuu Canovs OUO Crane Ore crewCotHlM Crews CrewsCoH
CoH 0011 9d oN o Pop P 4
1
1 +
1I I

xml | txt